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Energy Workforce CEO Selected to Transition Economist’s ‘Women of the Energy Transition’

Transition Economist, an energy industry publication from PE Media Network, has named Council CEO Leslie Beyer to its inaugural TE100: Women of the Energy Transition. The magazine created the honor to provide a platform and give voice to under-represented, under-promoted and under-recognized women in the industry.

“I’m grateful to be part of this impressive group of women making an impact on the energy industry. The future of energy relies on an increasingly diverse workforce to deliver the innovations that will meet rising energy demand while reducing emissions.”

Energy Workforce & Technology Council CEO Leslie Beyer
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Beyer is honored in the Industry Groups category for her work leading the Council and the emphasis placed on critical issues including energy transition, ESG, workforce development, government policy, and inclusion and diversity. In accepting the award, Beyer wrote in Transition Economist about the solutions needed from the oil and gas industry.

“A successful energy transition is not a shift from one fuel source to another, but a comprehensive focus on the reduction of emissions across all energy systems. This transition will be driven by cutting-edge technologies that must meet demand for energy that will grow by 25% over the next two decades while simultaneously decreasing greenhouse gas emissions to slow climate change.”

Energy Workforce & Technology Council CEO Leslie Beyer

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